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tatian, or ammonius, or are they the same?
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an t-athair peadar ua laoghaire, canonach, s.p.
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author of latin original: tatian, aka ammonius. author of translation: david r smith.
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Aug 7, 2014 Tatian, or Ammonius, Traditional, Victor of Capua, Translation by David R Smith.
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This is, 're-typeset' Codex Bonifatius 1, otherwise known as the Codex Fuldensis, or the Victor Codex. This is a New Testament Vulgate, assembled by Victor, Bishop of Capua, using Tatian's Harmony of the Gospels in place of the individual Gospels. This is essentially finished. There are though parts which I have not completed, because my Latin is not good enough. I would welcome, and acknowledge any help received. I have uploaded an image file, made by executing a screen-grab at the highest...
Topics: New Testament, Diatessaron, Latin, Victor of Capua, Tatian, Ammonius, English translation, Douay...
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Jul 20, 2014 An t-Athair Peadar ua Laoghaire, Canonach, S.P.
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This is  re-typeset version of Father Peter's Gospels in Irish, and his Acts of the Apostles, combined, as was clearly originally intended, into a single volume. Rumour has it that Father Peter had translated almost all of the new testament into Irish, but only these five books made it to press.  Someone is sitting on manuscripts, and refusing to allow publication.  This is an insult to Father Peter, and to the Irish language. I would consider it a great honour to be able to complete this...
Topics: Na 4 Soisgéil, Gníomhartha na n-Aspol, An dTiomna Nua, Peadar ua Laoghaire
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Oct 20, 2013 Fr Peter O' Leary
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Fr Peter O'Leary's Acts Of The Apostles, Cleaned up from appalling scan of badly degraded document, and page sized and deskewed to A4. Now updated. The image file, above mentioned, has now been retypeset. I have clung tightly to the above format, though I have modified the font face from Seanchló Arsa to Seanchló Nua. This new typeface does not use the archaic 'r's and 's's, which are easily confused with 'f', so is much easier on the eye. During the work, typos in the original have been made...
Topics: A4 Format, Peter O' Leary, Acts of the Apostles
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Aug 26, 2013 TheRev. Patrick S. Dinneen, D.Litt.
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This is a school dictionary, compiled and edited by the Rev Patrick Dinneen, D.Litt, and published by the Irish Text Society. The contrast has been adjusted for best readability, and the pages deskewed to 0.1˚ or better, and the pages scaled to A4.   The text has been cleaned up where a letter has been omitted, or mis-struck, or where the typeface has been insulted by impact damage.  Likewise, stains and smudges have been remove, especially where they impede legibilty.
Topics: Dinneen, dictionary, Irish Texts Society
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Jun 29, 2013 Victor, Bishop of Capua
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This is a study of Codex Bonifatius I, (Codex Fuldensis, or Victor Codex), made by Ernestus Ranke in 1868, It contains, in place of the four separate Gospels, the Gospel Harmony attributed to Tatian, or Ammonius. The language is Ecclesiastical Latin for the commentaries, and 5th Century Latin for the New Testament texts. My re-typesetting is limited to the first 502 pages, after which came the commentarii, which I do not include, as they are not best presented in-situ. The Commentarius...
Topics: Codex Fuldensis, Viktor Codex, Codex Bonifatius I, Ernestus, Ranke, Tatian, Ammonius, Victor Capua
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Jun 16, 2013 Latin Original; Tatian. English generated using Douay-Rheims; D.R.Smith. Irish generated using Na Cheithre Soisgéil; D.R.Smith
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This is a hypothetical work, based on the San Gaul 56 manuscript, and Father Peter O' Leary's translation of the four Gospels from Latin, into Irish. It is in three languages, in three columns per page, divided by page to follow the divisions in the original manuscript. The pretence involved is that Father Peter had the SG56 manuscript before him, rather than the Latin Gospels of the Vulgate.
Topics: Diatessaron, Latin, English, Irish, Seanchló núa, Tatian
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Mar 3, 2013
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This is a re-typeset version of the document that you can find at:- https://archive.org/details/sdnaantat00olea It has been typed in a more readable seanchló font, but has been formatted to follow as exactly as possible, the original layout of the book referenced above. This has on the whole, been a re-formatting operation, using the work of others, including David Webb, who produced a version in modernised spelling, which I had to reverse. The format has been deliberately tuned to fit an A4...
Topics: Peter O'Leary, Séadna, re-typeset, A4, A5
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Feb 13, 2013 Fr. Peter O' Leary
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Na Cheithre Soisgéil as an dTiomna Nua. The Four Gospels from the New Testament. An t-Athair Peadar ua Laoghaire Canonach, S. P. Translated from the Latin into Irish Gaelic by Father Canon Peter O' Leary. This is the raw scan file taken from my copy, which is in good condition, considering its age. The file will be augmented with a modified copy, carefully tuned to remove background noise, and where type has mis-struck, the damage will be made good. The final file will be enlarged to A4 size,...
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Topics: Gospels, Irish, Seanchló, Peter O' Leary
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Sep 22, 2012 Tatian, ca. 120-173; Victor, Saint, Bishop of Capua, 6th cent; Lacaita, C. C. (Charles Carmichael), 1853-1933, former owner; Lacaita, Mary, d. 1924, former owner.
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Cite as : MS Richardson 25. Houghton Library, Harvard University. Provenance : Bequest of William K. Richardson, 1951. ; Belonged to Mary and Charles Lacaita, Selham, Sussex (bookplate: Caroli ac Mariae Lacaitae Filiorvmque; Selham, Sussex); London, Sothebyâs, 20 July 1936 (lot 9); Maggs; bought by Richardson, 1936. Restrictions : No restrictions on access copy.
Topics: Latin, Diatessaron, Tatian, Ammonius, American manuscript, Gospel harmony, The Forgotten Gospel
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Jul 31, 2012 Johann Andreas Schmeller
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Ammonii Alexandrini quae et Tatiani dicitur harmonia Evangeliorum, in linguam Lat. et inde ante annos mille in Francicam tr., indicem addidit J.A. Schmeller Ammonius (of Alexandria)› Johann Andreas Schmeller› The original IS public domain, but the photographic scan may not be. Google are the owners of the scan, https://play.google.com/store/books/details?id=knC_uruee00C but they have made it free access, though they have made it awkward to obtain the pdf file. I believe that a hard copy is...
Topic: Google scan, Latin Diatessaron, Sangallensis 56, Tatan, Ammonius, Frankish?
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Jul 16, 2012 Tatian, or Ammonius, or are they the same?
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Title : Victoris, episcopi Capuani, interpretatio Harmoniarum Ammonii Alexandrini, et Diatessaron Tatiani in quatuor evangelia Date of publication : 0801-0900 Type : manuscrit Language : Latin Format : Parchemin. - 113 feuillets à longues lignes, plus une petite bande 84. - bis. - 235 à 187 mm. - Reliure dos de veau blanc sur bois Copyright : domaine public Identifier : ark:/12148/btv1b8449015d Source : Bibliothèque Carnegie de Reims, Ms. 46 Description : Contient : « Incipit...
Topics: Latin, Diatessaron, Tatian, Ammonius, French manuscript, Gospel harmony, The Forgotten Gospel
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Jun 29, 2012 Gael-Linn
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AIFF files of the four sides of the 12" vinyl LP recordings. I have permission to publish these for non profit educational purposes from Gael-Linn. The pdf files are scans of the original LP packaging, giving details on how to use, and the jpg is my offering of a CD label. The recordings are raw and without track-breaks.
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Topics: Teach Yoursel Irish, Sound recording, Irish, Dillon, O'Croinin
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Jun 21, 2012 The Rev. Gerald O'Nolan
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The Eighth part of a Seven book Series by Gerald O'Nolan. Believed to be public domain. Do Ghaedhealaibh na hÉireann toirbhrim an leabhrán so, le hionchas go mbeidh sé 'na "bhac sa bhearnain" dóibh i gcoinnibh an Bhéarlachais, agus i gcoinnibh na Galldachta. Tá teanga ársa uasal againn, agus cár mhisde dhúinn bheith mórdhálach aisti? Tá daoine ann, agus is é is dóich leo gur rud gan rath an Ghramadach—gur fearr i bhfad, adeirid, claoidhe leis an litridheacht! 'Seadh,...
Topics: Educational Company of Ireland, Gerald O'Nolan, Grammar, Irish, 1934
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Jun 16, 2012 Tatian, or Ammonius, or are they the same?
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The Latin Diatessaron is a ?7th? century manuscript, by an Irish hand, in Medieval Latin, with parallel Old High German text. Downloaded from: http://www.e-codices.unifr.ch/en/csg/0056/25/x-large in JPEG format, using the highest definition images, unmodified in any way, other than importing into PDF. This was probably the very book which Saint Boniface held above his head as protection when he was martyred in the Low Countries. The missing page tops are a probable witness to the crude repair...
Topics: Latin, Diatessaron, Tatian, Ammonius, Sievers, Gospel harmony, The Forgotten Gospel
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Apr 29, 2012 P. W. Joyce. Retypeset by David R Smith
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Author's preface: Though this text-book is small, it comprises, I believe, everything necessary so far as grammar is concerned for a student of modern Irish. I have not treated at all of the ancient forms of the language; and I have excluded everything in the shape of dissertation: the grammar of the modern Irish language, and no more, is here set forth in words as few and simple as possible. . . . The original: http://archive.org/details/grammarofirishla01joyc which I have scrupulously copied,...
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Topics: Irish, Grammar, Joyce, Society for the Preservation of the Irish Language.
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Apr 11, 2012 Rev. Gerald O' Nolan, M. A. for original work: David R Smith, retypesetter.
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This is a retypeset version of the above title. The operation of retypesetting was taken primarily from the OCR file embedded in the version aready on this site, but the seanchlo arsa with the long 'r's and 's's has been replaced by seanchlo nua which has the more readable short characters. Seanchlo nua began to be common after 1920. Errors in the original text, and mis-struck characters have been corrected to the best of my ability, but this was an essentially manual operation, and errors and...
Topic: Manually retypeset version of title.
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Apr 11, 2012 Rev. Gerald O' Nolan, M. A.
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Three Stories from Scottish Gaelic: In his native literature the Scottish Gael, like the Irishman, moves in an atmosphere of wierd magic, surrounded by a complex system of supernaturalism. His rich and vivid imagination has invested even the most ordinary things with a halo which elevates them into the region of poetry, if not mystery. Hence the old-world, indefinable charm associated with tales like those before us, in which we are brought closely en rapport with this strongly-marked Gaelic...
Topics: Scottish, Gaelic, Stories
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Apr 11, 2012 Rev. Gerald O' Nolan, M. A.
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An essential adjunct to 'Studies in Modern Irish (Part I). In respone to requests from many quarters, this "Key" is now given to the public. We hope that it will be used with due discretion. Some foot-notes have been added, here and there, to elucidate construction, to call attention to noteworthy points, or to warn the student against errors and inelegances. The intelligent teacher can suppliment these explanations according as the need arises. Gerald O' Nolan, St. Patrick's College,...
Topics: Key, Exercises
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Feb 1, 2012 Author of Latin Original: Tatian, aka Ammonius. Author of translation: David R Smith.
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A translation of the Codex Sangallensis 56 Latin Diatessaron, working from Sievers transliteration of the text, and comparison of the Stuttgart Vulgate and the Douay Rheims Bible, using 'Fragment Substitution' as the primary tool. Recent work on the primary English translation has revealed some minor errors. These have been corrected, and the document is re-issued as Revised June 2013.
Topics: Sievers, Stuttgart Vulgate, Douay Rheims, Tatian, Ammonious, Diatessaron
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Jan 11, 2012 O' Durrinne & O' Dalaigh, Retypeset by David R Smith.
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This is my retypeset version, mastered from your copy, but updated from mine. It may contain errors of my making, but it is a text file, rather than an image file, so is fully searchable. Should you wish to have a hard copy of this out of print book, here presented as eBook, please google the following number for a local source: ISBN 978-1-326-60537-7 Paperback, Perfect binding.
Topic: Searchable
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Jan 11, 2012 Windisch, Ernst. Moore, Norman. 1882.
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This is my scan of my copy, dated 1882, translated from the German by Norman Moore, M. D.
Topics: Windisch, Ernst. Moore, Norman. 1882.
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Jan 11, 2012 Rev. Gerald O' Nolan, M. A. 1921
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This is the introduction to Parts I and II that you already have on this site.
Topic: A Handbook for Teachers and Beginners
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Jan 11, 2012 Seamus O' Duirinne and Padraig O' Dalaigh
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A slightly later version than your Archive copy, and in somewhat better condition. I have carefully re-typeset this book, keeping strictly to the original format. The file is named 'EdPronDict.pdf' and is the smaller pdf file listed on the left. There will be errors in the typesetting. please notify me if you find any.
Topic: Seamus O' Duirinne and Padraig O' Dalaigh
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Jan 11, 2012 Myles Dillon & Donnacha O Croinin. Retypeset by David R Smith.
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This is the 1961 edition, retypeset by me, with corrections from the 1987 edition. This is the primary PDF file, (30.5 M). It is still in copyright to Hodder and Stoughton, but I have permission to publish. An eMail to that effect is inserted into the file. Also inserted into the file is the Gael-Linn sound recording made for the book, Gael Linn kindly gifted me the record set for this purpose, which I cleaned up, and cut to fit the text. Adobe Reader later than 7.0 is needed to access thes...
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Jan 11, 2012 The Christian Brothers: 1905.
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This is a better copy than the version you already have, and has ALL pages present. I have edited some of the pages to make the type more legible, and removed stains and blotches.
Topic: Pronunciation of Irish